North Korea THREATENS America, Trump Hits Back With BAD@SS Reply

In just a few short months we went from wimpy Obama to Trump, who most of us can agree is definitely not wimpy. Not even a little.

North Korea hasn’t been a fan of what he’s been doing, though.

Why? Because now they don’t have a U.S. leader to push around!

The North Korean state media threatened the U.S. with a nuclear strike if our Navy continues to assert itself near the hermit kingdom’s shores.

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“Our revolutionary strong army is keenly watching every move by enemy elements with our nuclear sight focused on the U.S. invasionary bases not only in South Korea and the Pacific operation theater but also in the U.S. mainland,” said North Korea’s official Rodong Sinmun newspaper.

This week, U.S. Pacific Command ordered a Navy strike group to station itself in the western Pacific in anticipation of a potential retaliatory or defensive measure against North Korea.

We are sure the country also didn’t like Trump’s meeting with Chinese President Xi, the airstrike against Syria, or Trump’s overall tough rhetoric against the Kim Jong-Un regime.

They are really, really missing Obama right now.

Because if the North Koreans were trying to intimidate Trump, they really sucked at their job.

In response, Trump pushed back on Twitter, for the whole world to see:

Earlier, Trump gave us a bit of insight into what he discussed with President Xi.

It looks like he suggested that China would benefit economically if it were to loosen its ties with North Korea and establish a bilateral trade relationship with America.

China has already stopped shipments of coal from North Korea, and making up the shortfall by importing it from the U.S., so they must be taking some of what Trump said to heart.

Last week, Bashar al-Assad learned the hard way who was in charge. It’s looking like North Korea will be next on the list.


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